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Mnogaya lieta 'Many years'

First line:
Grant, O Lord, to our most blessed Patriarch
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Mnogaya lieta is a traditional valediction, sung after the Liturgy on suitable occasions and wishing everyone ‘a long and peaceful life, health and salvation, and in all respects prosperity and preservation for many years’. It is prefaced with the customary respects paid in the Russian Orthodox Church, in this instance to the Patriarch of Russia, His Exarch Metropolitan Filariet of Minsk and Bielo Russia, and Metropolitan Anthony of Sourozh.

from notes by Ivan Moody © 1990

Le Mnogaya lieta est un adieu traditionnel chanté, quand il y a lieu, après la liturgie et qui souhaite à chacun «une vie longue et paisible, la santé et le salut, et toute la prospérité et la sauvegarde possibles pour maintes années». Il est précédé par les hommages habituels présentés dans l’Église orthodoxe russe—dans ce cas au patriarche de Russie, à Son Exarque le Métropolite Filariet de Minsk et de Biélorussie et au métropolite Antoine de Sourozh.

extrait des notes rédigées par Ivan Moody © 1990
Français: Meena Wallaby

Die Mnogaja lieta ist ein traditioneller Abschied, der nach der Liturgie zu passender Gelegenheit gesungen wird, und in dem allen „ein langes und friedvolles Leben, Gesundheit und Erlösung sowie Reichtum und Erhaltung für viele Jahre“ gewünscht wird. Ihm geht (hier auf Englisch) die in der orthodoxen Kirche übliche Ehrerbietung voran, in diesem Fall an den russischen Patriarchen, Metropolit Filariet von Minsk und Bjelorußland, und an den Metropoliten Antonius von Surosch.

aus dem Begleittext von Ivan Moody © 1990

Recordings

Russian Orthodox Music
CDGIM002

Details

Track 14 on CDGIM002 [2'35]

Track-specific metadata for CDGIM002 track 14

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ISRC
GB-ADM-82-00014
Duration
2'35
Recording date
Recording venue
Memorial Chapel, Charterhouse, Godalming, United Kingdom
Recording producer
Steve C Smith & Peter Phillips
Recording engineer
Bob Auger
Hyperion usage
  1. Russian Orthodox Music (CDGIM002)
    Disc 1 Track 14
    Release date: January 1982
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